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Bitcoin’s energy use got studied, and you libertarian nerds look even worse than usual | Grist
A single bitcoin transaction is so energy intensive that it could power the average U.S. household for a month.
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RT : In almost all cases, I’m opposed to setting aside time for refactoring. Refactoring is not an activity you set asid…
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If I’ve understood correctly: if composing functions like (b -> m c) . (a -> m b) = (a -> m c)…
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I don’t think monads (or comonads) are anything else than about composing certain kind of funct…
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IT-alalla murretaan palkkamyyttiä. Mekin kannatamme palkka-avoimuutta, ja monet goforelaiset toimitusjohtajasta läh…
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RT : It bothers me if there is not enough total capacity to progress steadily. I'm fine helping with whatever I…
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RT : Making illegal states unrepresentable always takes more effort in the short-term, but many have found the benefits…
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”You probably still remember all those small design decisions you made, and recall making your architecture bleed f…
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Awesome series of blog posts explaining Recursion Schemes to noobs like you and me who can't comprehend bananas or…
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RT : There is an entire paper dedicated to explaining burritos in terms of monads:
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RT : The levels of testing code
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RT : 2018 Call for Speakers is open! We're looking for diverse talks on Clojure(Script), functional programmin…
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RT : Programming in is hard. Not necessarily because Haskell is a hard language, but because programming is ha…
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There's always a bit of Dagstuhl I stumble on that I've never found before. Today, I found a type theory tutorial t…
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The XY Problem
RT : Ever heard of the XY problem? You may have an XY problem. 🙃
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Only in category theory would you get a diagram like this. I love it.
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RT : “Don't use feature branches: work on master all the time. Make changes in tiny steps. Each change is itself atomic…
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RT : This GitHub issue thread from 2013 should be essential reading for all people who write JS. Inside: how/why we got…
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RT : I find it intriguing that devs will happily take up extremely non-trivial tech like Docker and CloudFormation, but…
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More than 1000 values can be split to an OR clause. Another way in Oracle is to use an array: ”IN (select…
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Bob is literally the Donald Trump of Software Development.

- facts don’t matter ✅
- no empathy ✅
- trolling on twi…
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"If your code is crap, stickies on the wall won't help." -
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RT : Ah, but I'd rather work with badly-written Elm than typically-written JavaScript. Some languages help you refactor…
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